iPhone owners will be able to disable CPU throttling in future iOS version, Cook says

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Apple CEO Tim Cook in an interview on Wednesday revealed a new iOS function will soon allow owners of iPhones with depleted batteries to disable built-in CPU throttling, a preventative measure designed to lengthen the life span of older handsets.

Apple CEO Tim Cook cites GOP tax reform as driver in $350B US investment

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Following Apple’s announcement of plans to repatriate a chunk of its overseas cash to infuse some $350 billion into the U.S. economy over the next five years, CEO Tim Cook took part in an interview addressing the company’s investment strategy, the iPhone slowdown controversy and more.

iPhone slowdown class action lawyers make ‘inherently dangerous’ demand for Apple to keep swapped batteries

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Lawyers working on one of a number of class-action lawsuit proposals over the iPhone battery slowdown issue want Apple to retain the old batteries it swaps out in its battery replacement program, along with a request to hand over any diagnostic data Apple produces relating to the batteries.

Supply chain in uncharted territory with three iPhone flagships, bracing for reduced component orders

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Component producers in Apple’s supply chain for the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X are expecting orders for the parts to reduce in the first quarter of 2018, but it appears that they are using previous sales metrics based on two flagship model phones, rather than three for the predictions.

Apple improves U.S. device activations share following iPhone 8, iPhone X launches

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Apple enjoyed a bumper quarter in the United States following the launch of the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X, according to a consumer research report into device activations, with activations of iPhones in the last quarter of 2017 up compared to both the previous quarter and the same quarter in 2016.